Why Wyoming Coal Still Powers Natural Gas-Rich Oklahoma

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Thu May 9, 2013

Why Wyoming Coal Still Powers Natural Gas-Rich Oklahoma

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Oklahoma has more natural gas reserves than all but three other states. And it now accounts for about 40 percent of the state's power generation.
Hydroelectric and renewable sources- mainly wind - provide some too. But when you flip a light switch, chances are that electricity came from burning coal we get from Wyoming.